Pauline Berry is the New Conservative candidate for Kaipara ki Mahurangi.
“Don’t fix what ain’t broke”.
Pauline Berry is for less social tinkering and less government overall. She supports farmers who have become maligned, men’s rights which are losing to women’s rights, and women’s rights which are losing to gender ideologies.
She believes guns should be returned to law abiding New Zealanders.
She believes that “hate speech” is subjective and therefore should not be introduced into law.
Pauline was born in Naenae, Lower Hutt, the seventh of eight children. She was told from an early age she was adopted, but her parents informed her as a teenager that they were her grandparents. Moving to Paraparaumu in 1973 she attended Kapiti College. Whilst there, she began her music career, singing in a professional band with two of her teachers. She moved to Auckland in 1984 and continued making a living mostly as a musician.
Pauline is a member of APRA, and Secretary of the Variety Artists Club of New Zealand, a club that welcomes performers from all performing arts, at all age groups. The club honours lifetime achievements, provides friendship and help to elderly entertainers, as well as encouraging the next generation via grants and provides a platform to perform.
An intermittent activist, in the 1990s Pauline was a campaigner for the Green Ribbon quota. Radio stations at that time had the lowest local music content in the Western world, at just 2%.
Most recently as a pro-life individual, Pauline contacted members of Parliament who were considering the new abortion laws. Billed as “decriminalisation”, this word disguised abortion laws more extreme than any other in the Western world. Pauline’s communications pointed out that the necessity of pain relief for babies undergoing abortion. This was in light of the fact that the law under consideration would allow abortion up to nine months for any reason, including sex selection. Deceptively, the extreme aspects were omitted from discussion in the media. The question of pain relief did wind up being one of the many abortion-related items specified, but unfortunately it was voted against. So the full new “progressive” law was passed.
Is “kindness” only useful for virtue signalling?
Kaipara ki Mahurangi voters are encouraged to give their party vote to New Conservative and their electorate vote to Pauline Berry.